Herbert Weir Smyth [n.d.], A Greek Grammar for Colleges; Machine readable text [info] [word count] [Smyth].
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Vowel Verbs not contracted.—Vowel verbs not contracted have verb-stems ending in ι_, υ_, or in a diphthong (αι, ει, αυ, ευ, ου).

(ι) ἐσθίω eat, πρί_ω saw, χρί_ω anoint, poet. δίω fear, τί_ω honour ( cross500. 2); (υ) ἀνύω accomplish, μεθύω am intoxicated, λύ_ω loose, θύ_ω sacrifice, φύ_ω produce, κωλύ_ω hinder (and many others, 500. 1 a); (αι) κναίω scratch, παίω strike, πταίω stumble, παλαίω wrestle, ἀγαίομαι am indignant, δαίω kindle, δαίομαι divide, λιλαίομαι desire eagerly, poet. μαίομαι desire, ναίω dwell, ῥαίω strike; (ει) κλήω (later κλείω) shut, σείω shake, Epic κείω split and rest; (αυ) αὕω kindle, θραύω break, ἀπολαύω enjoy, παύω make cease (παύομαι cease), poet. ἰαύω rest; (ευ) βασιλεύω am king, βουλεύω consult (βουλεύομαι deliberate), θηρεύω hunt, κελεύω order, λεύω stone, παιδεύω educate, χορεύω dance, φονεύω slay. Most verbs in -ευω are either denominatives, as βασιλεύω from βασιλεύς; or are due to the analogy of such denominatives, as παιδεύω. γεύομαι taste is a primitive. θέω run, νέω swim, πλέω sail, πνέω breathe, ῥέω flow, χέω pour have forms in ευ, υ; cp. poet. σεύω urge, ἀλεύω avert, ἀχεύω am grieved; (ου) ἀκούω hear, κολούω dock, κρούω beat, λούω wash.

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